SkillMapper

En

    Home
    Search
    Your library
    Collections

9 Tips & Tricks to Get Clients as a Freelancer

Coming soon

SkillMapper rating

Coming soon

Teacher

Julian Wiskemann

Price

Free

Amount of students

131

Start date

Self-Paced

On-demand video

1 hours

Downloadable resources

12

Certificate of completion

Share this course

Topics

Easy and useful (%15)
Helpful material and exercises (%13)
Good and beginner friendly (%10)
Clear Explanation (%10)
Clear and structured (%8)

Keywords

useful (4)
teacher (2)
experience (2)
life (1)
valuable (1)
helpful (1)
good (1)
clear (1)
instructor (1)
simple (1)

Content

1. What's there to learn? 2:42

2. Website, yay or nay? 5:07

3. How to: Time & Rates 6:04

4. Avoid this! 3:35

5. Do you even LinkedIn? 3:38

6. Acquisition Tips and Tricks 2:43

7. Pitch Perfect 5:16

8. Go Co-Working 2:08

9. Good Gear 2:46

10. Thought Leadership 4:15

Overview

In this class i will share the biggest mistakes i made when starting my freelancing career, as well as the 9 things you should do to land your first clients . After this class you will have a prioritized todolist that will help you to get your first paying client .

Reviews

The reviews shown are generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and are based on various reviews that students have made of the course.

Best review

Filled star
Filled star
Filled star
Filled star
Filled star

Thanks so much, julian, for sharing his really useful tips. I published a class with the same goal – to help freelancers find clients – and it's really great to see someone have a completely different approach from mine. Each country has its own rules, and I think julian has nailed providing an overview of how things work in the freelancing scene here in germany. Amazing guy it was very calming and practical while listing to the class. It's definitely worth watching the class for every freelancer out there.

Worst review

Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star

Coming soon

SkillMapper rating

There are no ratings yet

Overall Quality

Content Quality

Teacher Quality

Practical/Hands-on

Related Courses